Table of contents for Introduction to academic writing / Ann Hogue, Alice Oshima.

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Table of contents
Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Part I	The Paragraph
Chapter 1	Paragraph Format
What Is Academic Writing?
Organization
Paragraph Format
Model: Handwritten Assignment Introducing Myself
Model: Computer-Written Assignment Introducing Myself
Capitalization 
Capitalization Rules
Sentence Structure
Model: Sentence Structure A Person Who Has Made a Difference: George Lucas
Simple Sentences
Subject-Verb Agreement
Fragments
Writing
The Process of Writing 
Step 1 Prewriting: Listing
Step 2 Organizing
Step 3 Writing
Step 4 Polishing: Revising and Editing
Review
Writing Assignment
Alternative Writing Assignment
Chapter 2	Narrative Paragraphs
Model: Narrative Paragraph Earthquake!
Organization
Time Order
	Time Order Signals
Sentence Structure 
Model: Compound Sentences Omusubi Kororin
Compound Sentences with and, but, so, and or
Punctuation
Five Comma Rules
Writing
Prewriting: Freewriting 
Model: Freewriting A Memorable Event in My Life
Review
Writing Assignment
Alternative Writing Assignment
Chapter 3	Paragraph Structure
Organization 
Three Parts of a Paragraph 
Model: Three Parts of a Paragraph A Hawaiian Wedding
	The Topic Sentence 
	Supporting Sentences and Examples
	The Concluding Sentence
Punctuation
Apostrophes
Writing
Organizing: Outlining
Model: Outline with Details Music Styles and Fashion
Review
Writing Assignment
Summary Writing I
Chapter 4	Descriptive Paragraphs 
Model: Descriptive Paragraph The Stairway
Organization
Spatial Order
Spatial Order Signals
Topic Sentences for Descriptive Paragraphs
Supporting Sentences for Descriptive Paragraphs
Model: Descriptive Details My Banana Garden
Paragraph Unity 
Sentence Structure 
Model: Compound Sentences Supai Village
Compound Sentences with yet, for, and nor
Varying Sentence Openings 
Writing
Prewriting: Clustering
Model: Clustering A Place from My Childhood
Review
Review Practices
Writing Assignment
Chapter 5	Logical Division of Ideas 
Model: Logical Division of Ideas Paragraph Why I Don¿t Have a Credit Card
Organization
Logical Division of Ideas
Coherence
Using Nouns and Pronouns Consistently
Transition Signals
Sentence Structure
Sentence Errors: Comma Splices and Run-ons
Writing
Review
Review Practices
Writing Assignment
Alternative Writing Assignment
Chapter 6	Process Paragraphs
Model: How to Build a One-Match Campfire
Organization 
Time Order
	Time Order Signals
Sentence Structure
Model: Clauses and Complex Sentences How to Give the Cat a Pill
Clauses
Complex Sentences
Writing
Review
Review Practices
Writing Assignment
Alternative Writing Topics
Chapter 7	Definition Paragraphs 
Models: Definition Paragraphs The Underground Railroad; Courage
Organization
Sentence Structure
Model: Appositives and Adjective Clauses Holidays with Pagan Origins
Appositives
Adjective Clauses
Complex Sentences with Adjective Clauses
Subject Pronouns: who, which, that
Object Pronouns: whom, which, that, Ø (no pronoun)
Clauses with when
Writing
Review
Review Practice
Writing Assignment
Chapter 8	Comparison/Contrast Paragraphs 
Models: Comparison/Contrast Paragraphs
Paragraph 1: Right Brain/Left Brain
Paragraph 2: Two Job Applicants
Organization
Topic Sentences and Concluding Sentences for Comparison/Contrast Paragraphs
Sentence Structure
Model Comparison/Contrast Signals Two Varieties of English
Comparison Signals
Contrast Signals
Writing
Review
Review Practices
Writing Assignment
Alternative Writing Topics
Part II	The Essay
Chapter 9	Essay Organization 
Organization
Three Parts of an Essay
Model: Essay Structure Styles of Popular Music
The Introductory Paragraph 
Body Paragraphs
The Concluding Paragraph 
Transitions between Paragraphs 
Essay Outlining
Writing
Planning an Essay
Review
Review Practices
Writing Assignment
Summary Writing II
Chapter 10	Opinion Essays
Model: Opinion Essay The Right to Die
Organization
The Introductory Paragraph for Opinion Essays
Body Paragraphs for Opinion Essays
The Concluding Paragraph for Opinion Essays
Developing Supporting Details
Quotations
Rules for Using and Punctuating Quotations
Statistics
Writing
Review
Review Practices
Writing Assignment
APPENDICES 
Appendix A	Journal Writing 
Appendix B	Correction Symbols
Appendix C	Summary of Punctuation Rules
Appendix D	Kinds of Sentences and Master List of Connecting Words
Appendix E	Master Chart of Transition Signals
Appendix F	Self-Editing and Peer-Editing Worksheets
		Scoring Rubrics
Index
Credits

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English language -- Rhetoric -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
English language -- Grammar -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
English language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers.
Academic writing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Report writing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.